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The new con game that is putting your company at risk

9/30/2014 at 10:16 am by

Companies rarely think about social engineering when they are talking technology and computer security. Instead they think about the Internet, stolen credit cards, or identity theft. However, when you really get down to why many of these security breaches happen, it is because of social engineering. What is social engineering?  It is a non-technical intrusion…

What you are doing wrong on LinkedIn

9/26/2014 at 9:46 am by

With more than 300 million members, LinkedIn is one of the top social networking sites today. And yet, as popular as it is among professionals, there is still a lot of confusion around what to do with it. Some see LinkedIn as a place to tune into only if they’re on the prowl for a…

Can your construction software give you full integration?

9/23/2014 at 3:42 pm by

For some time, integration between various software programs used by construction companies has been the holy grail of the industry. At first the need for integration was basic. Contractors were looking for simple connections such as moving costs from their estimating software into their cost management systems. Over the years, however, the demand for integration…

How one contractor knocks down barriers to better serve customers

9/18/2014 at 11:42 am by

Biffy Wuori, president of Sealcoating Inc., hates department silos that could block effective communication between her team members, especially if it affects relationships with customers. To blast away the typical walls that form within construction businesses, everyone in her company uses a centralized construction relationship management (CRM) system. Keeping track of bids Based in Massachusetts,…

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Three ways to set yourself apart from the competition

9/15/2014 at 9:50 am by

In my last post, I talked about how construction relationship management (CRM) can help you build your project backlog. Once you have won a project or job, you need to show your customer or contractor partner why you were the right choice from the beginning. Stay on top of all their requests, as well as…

Rebuilding hope 13 years after September 11th

9/11/2014 at 9:53 am by

Today we remember September 11, 2001. And we take pride in the accomplishments of thousands of construction workers who have tirelessly worked to reclaim the site of the worst terrorist attack on American soil. What they have created—and are continuing to build—stands as a symbol of our resiliency. It has been a huge, and at…

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